I grew up in Sydney, Australia, and I started doing acting classes when I was in eighth grade.
There is a bearing which comes from having a little bit of something withheld. In acting classes, they always say don't reveal 100 percent: it's much more interesting.
And I've been taking acting classes since I was 7.
There's not a day that I don't work on vocals, have vocal coaches, go to acting classes, read books.
It took many years of acting classes to get even remotely comfortable, but that's OK. It helped me so much on a personal level, not to mention professionally.
I started taking acting classes when I was twelve.
For basically two years, I took acting classes and found my own stride in L.A.
I graduated high school a year early and moved to Los Angeles to go to acting school, which is hilarious.
Through theater and acting school, I found a way to articulate myself.
I did drama at school, as a kid, but I ain't been to, like, acting school or anything. I was in a couple of school plays.
I went to acting school in New York City for two years. I studied with Stella Adler.
I'm addicted to Altoids. I call them 'acting pills.'
When I was 15, 16, I studied with Stella Adler at the Conservatory of Acting, then I stopped again and went to the Actors Studio when I was 18.
My favorite acting books are Stella Adler's 'The Art of Acting' and 'Sanford Meisner on Acting.'
Of course, in later years, I'd studied acting more than ever before - mostly with the late Stella Adler, who was marvelous! - but in my earlier years, I couldn't afford to do this.
Acting engenders and harbours qualities that are best left way behind in adolescence.
On the stage he was natural, simple, affecting, 'Twas only when he was off, he was acting.
My only after-school job before I got into acting was babysitting. I had younger brothers and sisters.
Acting was my after-school activity. I never planned on growing up and becoming an actor.
It is the habit of every aggressor nation to claim that it is acting on the defensive.